Mag. Yordanka Naydenova combines in her teaching method five years of university sports education and traditional yoga the way she learned it in Rishikesh, India (known as the "Yoga capital of the world"). Her unique classes are based on traditional Hatha yoga asanas, combined with elements from classical Ashtanga Yoga, contemporary Vinyasa flow sequences and Pranayama techniques. The best of the eastern yoga knowledge, combined with the most important from the western sports science, a balance between ancient wisdom and contemporary experience, these classes are not only what you need as a spiritual seeker in a modern world, but they will also strengthen your muscles and make you sweat. Take care of the temple of your soul - your body.
Ferdinandstraße 13 , 1020 Wien
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2 months ago
Yordankas Yoga Einheiten sind sowohl anstrengend für den Körper und gleichzeitig entspannend für den Geist. Ich mag ihre Flows besonders gern, weil alle Übungen aufeinander abgestimmt sind, sie sich immer etwas Neues einfallen lässt und ich auch am nächsten Tag die Muskeln spüre, auf denen der Schwerpunkt lag. Yordanka nimmt sich die Zeit für Korrekturen, auch beim online Yoga. Top ist, dass wir alle besuchten online Einheiten per Video kriegen. Ihre stets freundliche und lustige Art ist bewundernswert!
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About the Team
Mag. Yordanka Naydenova is 32 years old, originally from Bulgaria, based in Vienna since two years. She graduated with a Bachelor's degree "Sport and Training" and a Master's degree "Sport Management with a special additional focus on Sports psychology" from National Sports academy "Vasil Levski", Sofia, Bulgaria. She is as well certified in "Fitness and Fitness-Bodybuilding", "Aerobics, Callanetics, Stretching" and "Sports journalistic". She has accomplished 200 hours Yoga Alliance teacher training course in "Shiva Yoga Peeth", Rishikesh, North India.
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